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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, li)20
Program of Ceremonies
FINE ASSET 'OF CITY,
Municipal Orirun Is Oik; of'
Largest in Country; i
Dr. Krb to Play. i
I " ation uf TiiIsh s municipal
organ, ouo of the usaels to which I
. ily points with moM rl1e, will'
plum sit S : 1 0 o'clouk til la ovc-l
.' in Convention hall. The cntli e
! i- Invited to the dedicatory r. '
i which will be In chargu of a)
nlii'lvo group of citlxen (
. illlK'0 II. DnllglUH, ltUllUlglng (II-
r ef tho cluuiihar ot commune,
m prlde at tho dedication and l)r.
in ii j, l.oo Oilcll, president of Ken
, ,i olloge, will dellvi r tho address.
'! organ tablet will bo unvollci! liy
i. Uberholuer superintendent of i
h ,(,s, ii nil the dedicatory piayorl
offcic.d by Kov W. II Murph. Hong
nnii.tn-is on tho jiruKram will In led,
b l.obert Holes Cumin.
t-hott reol.il by In. J. Uawronco i
'in. director of ttititlii .it tl.u 'inlver-;
mlv ('f IlllnolH ami an organist ami'
omponer of note, Will precede the
dedication pinpct Among tho ortan !
M l. i tmtin will bo "Trlilmphl.il nvirch I
in D flat" by 1r. llrb and "('nnciii'
I'jiprbe" by lMward Krelsei, who
jr.ive tho InstallUhm rivltal four I
yr.ini ago. I
Tim committee on arrangements, i
headed liv .1. Hurr Olbbtina, cnnslst
fit tho following city club represen
tatives: Klwunls rluh, N. (1. Hen
thorns and Jnhn It. Woodard. Ad
rluh, Arllo .1. ('ripe und 15. H. Horn,
liniary club. N. It. (It ilium mid i). A.
Ktelrrr; l.ion rluh, Dr. Itulph V.
Spilth and Uoorgn Thomas; Auto
i lub. (Icorgo K llpcvw and A. I.
I'srmer. Chamber of Commerce, It
,tl. Mcr'iirlrtnd and f K. Hopk.ns,
nd rlty club, .lodge It. 10. Ciunp
loll and C .T. nindm.in. Individuals
mi tho committee an: Kugcno I.or-
ion. Jtabbl Charles n. iat. r. i' i
1 Ivans V. D Mow, Richard l.lnyd
doles, C. 01. Hubbard, I). T. Con
nollv, und Hurry W. Klsknddon.
Tho consult-, or keyboard of the nr
Pdi, will bo pl..red on tho stage tn-l
d.iv to permit general view of the.
i rnn1st. A i4ctttro of Dr. Krb at
the organ to lie taken thin morning
v 111 be sent to tho nuuriulrio. "niitsl
ral America" for piibllc'itlnn by Mr
r.irson, n. correspondent for the inng
tulne. Tho municipal organ whn instal
led, was the fourth such organ In
the rounlry und remain ono of the
lari-ui Mi- ftihhnes. ebairnian of
the arrangement committee, who
had charge or Convention hull when;
tlie organ wiih first formally opened,,
wild yosterdav "Tho Instrument Is
everybody s organ, a snuroo of musl-
i.il plen.siire and r rresnmcni ior ine
whole r.ity, and one of TulWa most
nnteworthv asHida," ho mid. "The
e Iv owe Mrs. It F. MacArthur an
I'n'payaKlo debt of trrotltudo for her
eacrlflcos in Foetirlni! such an organ."
Tulsa Woman to Attend ,
Philadelphia Meeting :
Mrs. V T Hendren ot this city.
svnodlcal prwldent of tho women's
liliiMlonary t-orloticH of 1'reshytei Ian ,
churches of Oklahoma, will attend
the flrnt; bit nniul meeting of the Wo-1
man's board -f Home MIwion to be
held In Jlilliidelphla May 110 to Ti In I
.ni..Rniun ,-ltli tlm cpnprll fisselll. I
'lljlllil.iii'ii ,,. r , , -
bly of the. Prehbyterian '.hurche of
America, lleporta of tho educational
work carried on by the board among
tho IndlanH. Mormor.tt. Monntatneer.s.
. ih.ir.nu Pnrin IHcans
and rtibana will be given nt the ,
rr-eeting. Mrs V T Hoiven. Tul-si i
I're.sbvteriin president, mav also in-,
tfnd tho meeting
Pat Million lo Head
Pat Mnlloy was re-elected prcai- j
dent of thn Western refhnnK asso
ciation nt their annual meeting hold
In Tulsa Tuesday. Tho association
authorized tho nppoliitment of n
ommltlcc to meet with the federal
trade commission for the Investiga
tion ot petroleum prices at an early
Death only a matter of short Urru
Don't wait until pains and achei
become incurable diseases. Avoit
painful consequences by talcini
Th world's standard remedy for Widnj
liver, bladder and uric add troubles th
National Kemcdy of Holland since 1691
Guaranteed. Three sizes, all drupgisti
Oook for lh. name Cold Medal on ? ary h
and accept no iniitaUoa
Don't Bhime "Spring Fever" for
That "Down-and-Out" Feeling
Your Blood Needs a Thorough
Cleaning Just Now.
As spring approaches the impuri
ties thut have bt i n .'ii cumulating in
tho system throughout tho winter
begin to clojr up tho circulation,
causing a goneral weakneHs und dc
hllltatrd condition that It generally
known ns "spring fever "
The first avmptoms arn usually n
losw of nppetile followed b n Kind
tiUly lessening of em in. the sj.,stim
becomes vveakcr ln by day, until
von feel youii.elf on the vero of it
breakdown ih.ldiii! Just in this
season nre pecvuli in l ,rt liable, and
bis'orip puny and life ess,
Tills wholo condition M but the re
Uit of Impurities in tho biond that
Mother Halts Marriage of
In'rrM nl nn of i lie inf t'ei "f
fifleen car old luvi lliewei
d.iiiKhler of Aire .M.iij i' Hrettrr.
202 Sieiili Wheellnif, pttenul
two iim-awnvB fioni Kttllnc a
niarrue hei ne at Hiipulim nhor'
ly after noon cMrday. Mr
llrewi r telephoned to actum Chief
of Poller Jack Wisdom that her
daughter hub en route via the
'l'ulMt-tNpiilpa tnienirbnii, at
about 1 ifl it ' l"i k jeaterday after
noon. The inlormatlon niven to
the Sapulpa police was that the
girl hail disappeared In company
with lr Uwe. 19 ,ear old, a
recently returnrd oldler aon of
lolm T. Lowe, former eounty jail
About 3 o'clock. Hjlvla Kuhl
Alexander, inarrlHKo llcenno clerk
at Sapulpa phoned fhlef Wisdom
that a couple aiidwerlnt; the de
scription and kIvIiik tho namea.
"I .in lie Itrewer, It yenla old, and
lrn lowe. ::! yeara old." had up.
piled for a inarrlano Ihcnec.
Deak Sergeant Thomaa K Ar
lington wenl to tho courthouse
and detained the con pin. When
taken to the Mntlon. Santilna
police mud the pair admitted that i
thev h.id run awa Inini TuIkii to
get rn.irrii'd l.owo s.ml that ho ,
OLD CLOTHES CLUB MEETS;
Waul More Worker in .serine .New
MciiiImm. in Ciiii-MTiulliin Mow. 1
Wanted Vnltinlei i workiia for1
t lie clolhoH coiiscnatlou movomtuil '
This was Hie SOS call made yea
terday by O. . llorden, prosldent of
tho Tulna Overall club.
"Them ate hundred who wish to
Join the movement hut who do not
know wheie to accurc the m'ember-
Hhlp pledge e.itds." Mi llorden Hald
"We h.lie no llffli-tll III gittlng .1
supply of pledge cards to one organ
lzation or to a company, hut wo do
not h.iii' enough work'is to dis
tribute hr en ds to .rnitrrcl people,
particularly ihr Ipiuc wives " Mr
Honb n etUPRted thai Hti'-' e winh
COUGHED SO HARD HE
WAS READY TO' DIE
Hut he nsinrreil iiilckly anil jnilmil
0 ill til I - III . weeks.
"T,anf PMMnbT I cauclit hAvy cold,
whirl. Wt tn with n rtfrp-nciitc! touKh
I cough M n hikr't H ftuM frt th
blood. I Ihourht I w.i a troner. until
I lrtr1 Mllkn tlmulnlon 1 uM nine botllc
dltoKftlier My roH?li cnrif, nnd 1 have
pafnttl nlno poundu In ftv wcokk. If any
one doubt it. thrm write me." Chan,
!.. fllterf", 147 South KU'htfntli atreet.
When hundred upon hundred of people
tell you of juit auch recover. Junt auch j
trains In wrlght, It tmiat be worth your
trlnc. nl lent. A trial cntta nothing
Mllk.i Knuilflon la a pleasant, nutritive
food and a correctlvo medicine. It reatorra '
healthy, natural bowel itctton, doing kway
with all need uf pllla and phyalca. It pro
inotea oppctlto nnd nulckly pula tho dl
,eNtio or Banfl In ahapo to awslmllAte food.
An a builder of flesh and atrencth, Milks
Kmulslon la atronRly recommended to those
whom tick net liaa weakened, and Ii a
powerful Hid In reslMintf and repalrloK thn
effects of wstinR dlaraaea. Chronic atom
ach trouble and constipation are promptly
relieved uaually In one day. H produce
rrnuirkuUIe reaulta In colds, couRha and
Thla la the only aolld emulalon made,
and no palatable that It la eaten with a
poon like ice cream. Truly wonderful tor
weak, alckty children.
No matter how e ere your t aae ou
are urged to try Milkn Hinulalon under
thii cunraniec Take tx botile home
with you, me It urcnrdlnf to direction
and tf not aatfafled with tho results, jour
mone will bo promptly refunded, l'rtca
bOr und l 20 per bottle. The Mtlka i;mul
nxan io. Terre Haute. Ind. Hold by drur
Klsti erywhere Advt.
The "Liver Tone" Man Warns
Folks Against tho Sicken
ing', Salivating Drug.
T'gh! Calomel makes you sick. It's
horrible! Tako a dose of the danger
ous drug tonight mid tomorrow you
lose a day.
Calomel Is tnorcury! When it
comes Into contact with sour bile, t
rashes into Ii. breaking It up. Then
i.h when you feil that awful nausoa
and cramping II jou are sluggish, if
liver Is torpid and bowels constipated
or you hve headache, dliulncM,
coated tongue, if breath Is bad or
stomach sour, Just try a spoonful of
harmless Hudson's Liver Tone to
night. Here's my guarantee (Jo lo anj
drug store and get a bottle of nod
snn's Liver Tono for a few cents
Tuko a spoonful nnd If It doesn't
: straighten you right up and mako
you feel fine and vigorous, go back
to the store and get your money
lnd-on h Llvei Tone Is destroying lllo
-.i'e of e.'i oincl because It can not
salivatu or muke you sink.--Advt
ll.l' i been n i UI III, ll in,' Ullll n 111 I-O
Iheinselies Ii !i morn ilMMm ilv vvilll
the iban'n of s'.isnns. 'J'ne, hhow
i Hut niturv needs anHitaneo In giv
ing the setem u general houseclean
inn. i:verybily Just now needs a few
bottles of S. S. S, the greit vegetable
blood remedy, to cleanse, It of Impurt
Ilea. It Is good for the children, for
it gives them new strength and puth
their vvHieiu In condition so they can
more easily resist the many ailments
so prevalent In summer. H S. S. Is
vvlthn.it an equal as a general ionic
and siMem builder H Improves the
appe.tite and gives new str"ngth and
vitalllv to l.olh old and unj;
X "nil inlnrmation and vtlii'ible li
i rntnre c;i" be had b wilting to
i'w'ifi tecir.. i'o 1,1 .swift Laoo
rato-j A'ian',1 tin. Auvl
15 and 19 Years
b-i, cr.il li.indieil dollar ra ed
f utn h arm p.ix Neither he
nor ilii' Muing woman he on id he
Intended in ni.irrv Would say
where iliet eNpccted to, go aftei
, the ci renioii)
'I giiesa we ll wind up at l'one
Island, ' Ijowc said "I don't think
Weil leturn to Tulsa "
A few minutes Inter another
telephonr call Iroin Mrs. Ilrewer.
molher of the girl, Intoitneil the
police that the mother would bo
in Sapulpa to accompany her
daughter home and tho police
agreed to hold the pair until the
Mrs. llrewer Is a widow, l.tnile'a
father having died moi ltd it a
J ear ago. She told tlni police
that she would no' consent to her
daughter' marriage The run
nwa)a awerted that the marriage
would not be given up. but thai
another attempt to wed would be
made In the near future
"I know where e can get a
license If wb can't get It here,"
en Id .Miss llrewer. "So person
living can stop me from mairylitg,
can i hey Ira? Weil fool them
tho next time. I wonder who let
mother know about us leaving,
anyway. I'd llko lo m'o him. who
ever ho Is."
Ing to do a bit of Mdurittier work call
hlui at the Oklahoma Producing
Refining co in puny.
A public meeting, with four in.n
111" speaking will be held In the
lllllllli li,ll atldltoi lillli a' d o clonk
WHY DO YOU TRY
TO HIDE THOSE
Or Cover a Dark Sallow,:
Muddy Complexion With
Face Powder and
lliis inbarmilnff It I fir on to hv
rhnplea aipir on fiic. eerk. .Tins or
hnndi. Oni little plierlt 1 bid eneuiih
mn the ntlriictlvrnrFS nf a pretty face.
You rnn quickly remove ptmpls snd
other lln Weml.lirs by touclilnc Ihe pol
or eppllnL' Pluck und White Ointment
to the purl affrclnl. This lmple hut ef
ferilvo homo beauty Irenlment remove,
not only pimple, but rle.M a dark, ..1
loir, muddy completion, unit leave, th.
kin snfl. white and rartlnr.l.
All who have ii.nd Pluck and White
Ointment are ilrllf hied with the reeulls
and keep a bin slwiiya on Ihelr ilrei..
Ing table, lllaek anit While l-uiip ehould
al,o he u.rrt anil will be founil a itellklit
tul aid In the Ointment
Ilotll lllack and While ointment and
Soap ran be found at all good druif atorea
and toilet counters JSr inch a parkaxe,
or the manufacturer. r.CI ond pualtiali on
receipt ot toe
A sample, literature and Jllark and
White llirthday and Dream nonlf will
he aent ihi free It you will rllp and
mall thla adverlleenient tu IM.Al K and
WHITI). llo 913 .Memphla. Tenn,
WE EXTEND TO YOU A CORDIAL
INVITATION TO INSPECT THE
The instrument that will play any record that ia made
without any extra attachments. The instrument with
the loiifr, all-wood horn, and the only one made that
clearly separates the tones and reproduces perfectly
either vocal or instrumental music.
WE DESIRE TO DEMONSTRATE
THIS FACT TO MUSIC LOVERS
Note the long wood horn. We have them in all
That's the reason. woods and finishes.
Let us place one in your home. A small payment
down will do it. An instrument that will play any
record and it don't cost any more.
a i I' aa Tm
309 SOUTH BOSTON
U. FOLK TO MEET!,,
Wilt Form Club at Ban
quet Tonight; Prof.
Krb Is Honor Guest.
former students nf the Illinois
iinrierslty will meet at fi JO o'clock
tonight In th Wright building rafa
for a banquet and In organln: a
permanent Illinois fntscisity lub
here .1. Uiwrencc Urb dlieitor of
the school of music at the Illinois
university will be the honor guest
and speaker at the banquet
Protwiir Hrb whl lie in i'ulisi for
one day only, brine scheduled to
dedicate the oigan at Convention
I halt tonight, lie l an organist of
! considerable note und local mimical
, lovers are rtithlllluntlc over Hie re
, ellal tonight Ho leaves for Norman
l tomorrow morning where In- will
'judge Hie iniisb.il contest .u Ihr in
I terscholastlc meet being In Id there
I the latter part of the week
I All former hludont.s and graduates
of Illinois ara Invited lo the dinner
and ate i llgllde lo membeislilii m t
olub which Is lo he foi mi d Tin re
are about f. 0 men ami women ui lilt
cltj who can qualify for membership
AS A PREVENTIVE
When You Kogin Keeling Had
With Kevcrhshnesa, Head
ache, Cold or Conati pil
lion, dive Your Liver a
Tonic Take Black
randier, N f -"I don t btlleve
lliete Is n heller medicine made than
Hl.ick-DrauKltt; 1 have u.'od It and
my mother'a folkn lined It for colds,
feverlshnefis, headache and doratiKod
liver." This Hlalement recently wan
made hv Mr C. H. Trull, n well
known farmer on Itnute 3, this
"I have, before now, begun feel
ing dull, a headache would come
on. and I would feel all full of cold,
and lake a few dour of Hlack
DrniiKht and pet nil rljjht." adds .Mr.
"List year my brother had
moasles, flu und pneumonia. They
wired us: I went to Camp Jackson to
look him up. Down there different
imiih were llsInK preventatives. I
stayed with him. Thn only thine I
used was Illack-UraURht. It kopt
my system cleansed and 1 kept well
Hy keeping your liver and Htomarh
in good order, you Htand In little
danger of catching crloua Ills that
occasionally npre.nl through town
(let a package of Hlack-Draught
and have It rrady for thn first
symptom of a disordered liver.
Most, druggists sell Mack-Draught.
r T ? r mm
Solid Springs Uric fa
to store linililliiir lure for the atand
lodge 1 o o l1 of nUlahoma total
Heal Iv I 'III. 000 In addition to a site
100 by ISO feet at Main and III mid
way streets here, llov I-' .Miller, pre'.
Iilrnt of the Arkansas -iiv nssn
(iatlon of Uild I'elloivs said t"dll
The site was contributed bv
Charles H. Page and Is marked with
a largo bill board. The sign reads1
! "Proposed site foi the grand lodge
I O 11 P. 100 bv I, in fei I The
, tallest building in the lml!ies .,,
tlon nl present Is two Mnrir I' '
two tine i -aturi buildings an i,,.m
under , i.ii-trui t Inn
, I 'fl'i n i , is m, , l . ,
Knigllls of IMhla. I'idgt I,. ,
the turning Tue-d,i night lb. D
H K K baml limp,,-1 I or nn i,ii '
ot the lodge from T .,i iu, ' s
1 Mrs. M. E. Proctor Snys Her
' Complete Recovery After
So Many Years Of Suf
fering Seems loo Good
To Be True Was In
valid For Years.
"I am so grateful for what Tannic
has done for nin that I want to tell
the whole world about It.' said .Mis
M. i:. 1'ioetor, of 717 W In t M
l.os Angeles, t'.ilif , when piakinj:
of the splendid results she had oh
tallied from the medicine. "To lliliik 1
that 1 should havo suffered for so
ii. any years, npd spent hundreds of
dollurs In vain efforls to get relief
and then find complete icllef after
taking only four bottle of Tunliic,
seems too good to bo true."
"Ye, Indeed; for years and years
I suffered terribly from stomach
trouble. IJverythlng 1 ate see.ncd to
form gas and so affected my heart
and breathing that I would have pal
pitation rind would turn purple In
tho face In my efforts to got my
breath. These attacks cauecd me
Inlnni-p suffering and were so bad
that I was frequently confined to
my bed and would havo to ho at
tended by fomn member of the fam
ily for fear I should succumb during
one of tho attacks.
"I not awfully thin and was so
weak that I had to give up all
household duties. I often went for
two weeks at a time without getting
a good night's sleep and as a con
sequence became ety nervous It nil i
low spirited. In fni t, 1 was a con i
firmed invalid anil my friends dldl
not expec mo to live very long
"I sat reading the paper ono
evrning when my eves caught the
statement of a lady who had suf
fered with .similar trouble to my own
S P ( It T O.Y
I'O II D S III
or tan n a I f.
liwl. I a ( y
Our stock of sports fiMitvvcar Is coiiiplel In overt detail.
KtjIcH mid uuslt-i In suit every luslc mill fiuir). All urn of
tlm famous lijiuis' tjuallt).
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am-i cibi aBajTSBBTBaa aiai -si a aa-a,ciBw
i mmm m-mmmM'M i , m p taMM
115 SOUTH MAIN
HISTORY OF MENDENHALL'S
I'orty vears ago an old dot lor was
putting up .i medicine for ill.ieiiws of
:he blo nl tb.it ured the worst casi-a
and lime proved that the cures wile
permanent Affr many yews I it
cured the prescription, being a ilniK
Ktst nnd took each Ingredient sopn
ratelv and refi rred to my I'. K Ills
nentator;' and other authoritative
books on medicine and found tho mo.
dlctnal propi riles set down no fol
lows "A specific In lis Influence up.
Inn all glindiilar structures of vvli.it
ever ha racier, it is also a blood
in.ikirie, remedy of great powei Ails
1 1 1 1 0 l upmi the hkln ,iui) In iinlli a
'ted in ec-'rma. Itfhlng. sores ulceis
'pimpies and skin eruptions of what
over rhiracter Employed in ihiui.i.
lhg pi I'll atlons an- luing made
local Unlghls of I'vlhlas for the
. Drainullc Ordrr of Knlghls Korraa
'san, eerenionlnl lo lie hflrt at Hnptll
pn Mav I About r.O will attend
'fiom this elly.
A man giMnj the name of Arthur
Malic who said thai he Is employed
by a local tiansfer firm, w arrest
led by Police Ohlef Hubert Kleenur
i here this afternoon follnwinr
thelt or a pair nf shoes fmni III
Sand Hprlngs iiillwav freight depot
tt,i ii- liMe-s lestlfled th.it
Maile n.i,l In i n n'i " In ihe a.u of
-letllllli: I III -'liui ' lie pleiided gulliv
mil wasgivin a light fine b Justpe
limllia- V 'ii if filb
A new - p ii I, p' m - !cit b t"
' r.lg II -HI r I' "d i.,, u- Willi 'I I'
"tita us , " t w hi. h in tun cd up
r ,1 ipiW 1 i i's mi - ii e
.mi is. M. i:. PHormu.
of I is nm Ins, allfornla.
nnd lelling huvv she had been won
derflllly helped bv TaJllac I sent
for a bollle and started taking It
and tho results havo been most stir
".My appetite Is splendid now and
1 can eat most anything ivllhout any
distress afterward. Thn gas has
stopped forming and I no longer
havo palpitation or that Hiiintherlng
leellng. I sleep niunil all night long
and get up feeling resled, I am In
hotter health today than 1 have beep
for forty years and 1 feel yelira
"I don't belli v(. there ever wsa as
good a medicine made ut 'In nine 't
Tanlae Is sold in ViiIkh oxrluslvvly
by the (junker und I'urltiiri Drug
I t Ilium I '
Not alone hecauso they
are indisponsahln to a well
rounded sports costume
are these oxfords so dc
sirahle. They have a super-comfort
ami coolness which
added to the smartness of
their style will make
them the most treasured
of your summer footwear
Shoes and Pumps
ia 'waa a, 'Ma iii.Mrfnl
NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD
rheumatism, int.iiih lonMipntlon
stnni.u h kniiie.v and liver liouhle.
f nib r its live nm nfiiUuis swellings
and hnd.iv eruptions Hull have with.
.stood all other treatment disappear
u If by manic " To commwnoratt
my fortieth war j. a drugxHt. I
named this medlrinn Number -10 l''oi
The lllood. .1. ('. Mendenhall. Kvuns.
vllle, nd. Ill j ears a druggist. IVank
St'ieer, prominent furrnor, Nowbnrg
ml., miikes tin following statement.
"I.suffeied with rhc uiiiatfunt for ccv
ei.il yeais. Tried numerous rmcdli"
A'ith Utile nr no benelit Numb, i Ci
for the liluod was i cninniendi d I'
me and I improved from thn linn
I bcyiin i i k. ni: '.. I hair taki n
all k I" 1 1 a - ami ! I Hi H I mi
lirrlv w. I a I I. Ii .. i , -w,
terns e' ihr diar.i-r d i i
Hold In HI ime ik I i n.- ad
DIM I ssl s OST Ol
Miss t.rts'it lolls Semi) in I lull turn
to ( iiiinlciiii'i ll.
.Miss l,iil ilreeii, fiillmlly run
necled wtlh Ihe M f. A. was the
peaker at tho Hccotyut eluh at their
weekly luncheon vcntaidny noon a' ,
the V. M. v. A Who gave n talk on ,
the) lilxli coil of living mid how l
enunteiM(4 It. Nile also rend "The
Honit to t'untentinent ' bv T A
l.nttn or the World
I'lnnaj for the theatre partv wlnvh
thn olub is (Tlvlng Innliht have t'eeii
eotnpleloil and about n ini'tiiheis
hsv signed up.
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Hutrabi leimers anil Hatters
III Vol III Main I'hotio O-'J Hi
Facts That May
Ninety per cent of the business men reach
old age without an adequate income.
Nineteen out of 20 people fail to provide
for old age or for their families.
'Ninety per cent of the children in the
United Slates must leave school and go
to work before reaching the eighth grade.
Eighty per cent of the adult population
leave no estate at death.
Consider these facts. They can be
changed by saving. Saving today may
save you tomorrow.
We pay 4 per cent interest on savings,
JL NATIONAL BANKJL
FOURTH AND MAIN
"The Convenient Corner"
BUYERS OF BREAD
want a loaf which Will keep its freshness well, has
a proper texture, unci pleasinpr to the taste. Such
bread is CAMPBULL'S SPECIAL specially Rood
hecauso baked in a lare-sizcd loaf at 15 cents.
It is a crispy-crusted, split-top loaf.
ASK THE GROCER
DR. IRA ALLISON
HUMID. SKIN AND
III' a Ijisi Thliil Mrret.
DR. DWIGHT ALLISON
.Noii'Surgli'iil Diseases of Wom
en, mill (Jenernl Offli-o I'rnrtlco.
Ill'l I nn 'I bird Street,
Hours ll a tu. in H p, in,;
217 Kennedy BIiIr.
Phonn Cedar 241.
Anything you wnnt to buy,
call hint up.
List property you have for
onlc with him.